128 South Audio Production

Hand-crafted Audio Work
Saint Petersburg FL US

Academy of Ballet Arts – St Petersburg Ballet Company

2914 1st Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Akiko Kotani

Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association

Saint Petersburg 33731 FL US

Alan Venable

Writer For Hire
Saint Petersburg FL US

Alex McKnight, Photographer

AM Photo, Inc. & Archiva Images

Alison Curtis

Saint Petersburg FL US

Alli Arnold

Saint Petersburg FL US

Alvarez Photo

150 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Alyssa Marie Gallery

Wildlife and Landscapes
300 Beach Drive Northeast
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Amandine Drouet

Saint Petersburg FL US

Amber DiPietra

Transformative art experiences. Empowering disabled artists.

American Stage Theater Company

163 3rd Street North
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Ana Maria Vasquez

Saint Petersburg FL US

Angela Bond

Saint Petersburg FL US

Anna Broshears

515 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

April Hartley

Saint Petersburg FL US

Art by Anna Ayres

Saint Petersburg FL US

Art For Art

2734 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

ARTicles ~ Leslie Curran Gallery

1431 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33705 FL US

ARTicles Art Gallery & Custom Framing

1445 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33705 FL US

ArtLofts at Florida CraftArt

10 5th Street North
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Arts Conservatory for Teens (ACT)

1111 18th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33705 FL US


460 46th Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33703 FL US


2380 6th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Barter Boat

Saint Petersburg FL US

Bask – Ales Bask Hostomsky

Saint Petersburg FL US

Becca McCoy

Gulfport FL US

Bella Designs Studio – Teresa Mandala

Saint Petersburg FL US

Beth Kokol

515 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Beth Warmath

Clearwater FL US

Bill Castleman Fine Art

Seashore paintings
Saint Petersburg FL US

Bill Kelsey

Saint Petersburg FL US

Board Silly Productions

Theatre and Workshops in a Box
3545 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Bonnie Agan

Actor - Voice Actor
Saint Petersburg FL US


Saint Petersburg FL US

Brick Street Clay Studio

400 23rd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Carol Hess Fine Art

Saint Petersburg FL US

Carole Shelton

Works of Art in Jewelry
2412 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Carrie Jadus

Saint Petersburg FL US

Cass Womack

Production Artist, Murals, Illustration and Chalk Artist.
Tampa FL US

Catherine Woods – C Glass Studio

297 20th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33705 FL US

Cecilia Lueza


Charles Parkhill

Charlie Parker Pottery

2724 6th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Chihuly Collection

Permanent collection of world-renowned artist Dale Chihuly
720 Central Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Chizzy – Chad Mize

Saint Petersburg FL US

Chris Peter

Saint Petersburg FL US

Christina Lembo

Saint Petersburg FL US

Clay Center of St Petersburg

2010 1st Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

COLORStPete Art Studio

2215 6th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Coralette Damme / The Crafty Hag

Saint Petersburg FL US

Craftsman House Gallery Cafe Pottery Studio

2955 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Craig Alexander

Saint Petersburg FL US

Creative Clay / Good Folk Gallery

Creative Soul

2425 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Curated Craft and Art Gallery and Classroom

Everything is handmade, or redone in our studio and classroom
Saint Petersburg FL US

CyberCraft Robots

Robot Scuptures you will Covet
2955 Central Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

D YaeL Kelley

Fine Arts Painter
2955 Central Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US


Where Art Meets Affordability
203 1st Street North
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US


Seminole FL US

Dalí Museum

Unparalleled collection of Salvador Dali art works
1 Dali Boulevard
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Daniel “R5” Barojas

Saint Petersburg FL US

David Calvin Furniture Studio

Custom Furniture and Accessories
2222 16th Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

David Manson

composer, music contractor, trombonist, band leader, educator
Saint Petersburg FL US

Davidson Fine Art

Gallery, Custom Framing & Printing, Art Supply Store
2036 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Davidson Fine Art and Zebra Color Lab

2036 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Dazzio Art Experience

512 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Deanna Mathews Kilbourne

Saint Petersburg FL US

Derek Donnelly

Don Silvestri

Representational artist
222 22nd Street South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Dorothy Sabean

Saint Petersburg FL US

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

The Art of our Rich History and Vibrant Present
2240 9th Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Duncan McClellan

Blown Glass Artist
2342 Emerson Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Duncan McClellan Gallery

2342 Emerson Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Elizabeth Barenis

Saint Petersburg FL US

EMIT: Adventurous Music

EMIT - adventurous music presenter
Saint Petersburg FL US

EnergyWebs™ Studio

5135 109th Way North
Saint Petersburg 33708 FL US

Eugenie Bondurant

Actor - Teacher - Voice Actor
Saint Petersburg FL US

Evan Neidich

Saint Petersburg FL US

First Night St Petersburg

Saint Petersburg FL US

Florida CraftArt

501 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Florida Holocaust Museum

Works of art, historical materials and current events
55 5th Street South
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Florida Orchestra

Saint Petersburg FL US

Florida Orchestra Musicians Association


Florida Society of Goldsmiths

719 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Fourward Glass

611 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Frederick “Rootman” Woods

freeFall Theatre

6099 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33710 FL US

From Mayan Hands

2006 2nd Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33712 FL US

Galleries On The Go

Brokering Art Spaces in Public Places

Geoffrey Baris

Saint Petersburg FL US

Gina Coccaro

Metal Sculpture
Saint Petersburg FL US

Glenyse Thompson Creative

Watermedia Artist
Saint Petersburg FL US

Grand Central Stained Glass & Graphics

2401 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

Graphi-ko Gallery

669 Central Avenue South
Saint Petersburg 33701 FL US

Great Explorations Children’s Museum

Learning through creativity, play and exploration
1925 4th Street North
Saint Petersburg 33704 FL US

Green Street Mosaics

Custom Glass Mosaics for the Home
Saint Petersburg FL US

H & G Solutions Stained Glass

2267 6th Avenue North
Saint Petersburg 33713 FL US

H. Lovelyn Bettison

Saint Petersburg FL US

To share jobs and opportunities for artists, email sheila@stpeteartsalliance.org

All Opportunities
Calls to Artists
  • Open Call for Mural Artists - SHINE Mural Festival
    August 15, 2018
    Application Deadline: September 2 at midnight

    The SHINE Mural Festival returns to St. Petersburg this October, showcasing the City of the Arts with vibrant, creative and inspiring murals created by some of the best local, national and international artists!

    The Public Art Project aims to create and facilitate visual stimulation and communication throughout the community while educating the public about the importance and economic impact of the arts.

    As with all SHINE and PUBLIC ART PROJECT murals, allowing art to live in public spaces is a top priority.

    The SHINE | PUBLIC ART PROJECT | OPEN CALL is an opportunity for local artists or art teams to showcase their art on a grand scale, with the vibrant skyline of Downtown St. Petersburg as backdrop!

    This year there are three Open Call walls, of similar size, available for three local artists or teams.

    Eligibility / Requirements

    This opportunity is specific to local artists living and/or working in St. Petersburg.  Artist or art team will be selected based upon quality of work, scope of work and type of work among the diverse styles of SHINE.

    To qualify for the SHINE | PUBLIC ART PROJECT| OPEN CALL mural project, the artist/art team must:
    • Be 18 years of age
    • Live or work in greater St. Petersburg
    • Be willing to adhere to all contractual obligations and adhere to the project guidelines and timeline
    Selection Criteria

    The artists/art teams will be chosen based on the following criteria:
    • Work of high caliber and effective execution
    • Experience working within the program guidelines
    • Visual impact on pedestrian and vehicle traffic
    • Appropriateness of content (all audiences)
    Project Timeline
    • September 2, 2018 – Submission deadline
    • September 9, 2018 – SHINE committee & Public Arts Project review submissions & selection of artists/teams
    • September 10, 2018– Artists/teams notified
    • October 6-13, 2018 – Development of mural
    Compensation and Expenses

    The fee for the selected artist or art team is $1,000 per wall. Supply and installation equipment expenses related to the project must be authorized in advance and will be paid by St. Petersburg Arts Alliance.

    Mural Location & Dimensions

    St. Petersburg. Each wall is approximately 16 ft tall  x 65 ft long.

    Submission Process

    • Submit SHINE | PUBLIC ART PROJECT | OPEN CALL application at: publicartprojectinc@gmail.com
    • Email proposed concept, sketch or rendering of mural submission
    • 3 samples of previous work (see below)
    Work Samples

    Please submit (3) examples of work that best represent your experience, style and ability, particularly in relation to completed murals. You may also submit images of other works (large scale or otherwise) that best represent your work over the past five years.

    Delivery of Submissions

    Application and materials must be completed by midnight September 2, 2018.

    Contact Information

    Derek Donnelly


    Creativity runs strong though the city of St. Pete, and we can’t wait to help make it SHINE even brighter!
  • Call for Visual and Performing Artists to Partner with Artists with Disabilities
    August 15, 2018
    Application Deadline: August 31

    Creative Clay is excited to report that we are producing the Artlink apprenticeship project this year. We haven't done a full-scale Artlink project for several years due to a lack of funding but, thanks to an NEA grant, we're back at it!

    If you've never heard of Artlink, the project pairs professional artists with artists with disabilities and they work together for several months to produce a body of work that is then displayed at a local museum or gallery in St. Petersburg.

    We are looking for artists working in all mediums, including performing arts.

    We have funding for 10 Artlink pairs this year, so we are looking for 10 professional artist participants. The artists will be compensated $25 an hour and work approximately four hours per week, for four to five months.

    Interested artists should email their resume and examples of their work to marcy@creativeclay.org by August 31.
    More details can be found here.
  • eCommerce Consultant at The Dalí Museum
    August 10, 2018
    The Salvador Dalí Museum in downtown St Pete is looking for an eCommerce Consultant. This is a 1-year contract with the possibility of extension.

    The eCommerce Consultant is responsible for driving robust revenue for The Dali’s eCommerce platform, responsible for all customer-facing experiences and utilities on TheDali.org/store, including browse, search, account maintenance, product selection, availability, cross-sell/upsell, purchase, confirmation, order history, loyalty, personalized experience, marketing vehicle communications and integrations with other marketing platforms to support customer acquisition, retention and account growth.

    The eCommerce Consultant will be part of the Store/Sales team, reporting to the Sales Director, and working closely with the marketing department.

    Complete details are here.
  • Part-Time Museum Associate at the MFA
    August 10, 2018
    The Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St Pete is looking for a part-time Museum Associate.

    The Museum Associate will provide courteous and excellent service to Museum members and visitors.

    This individual will be responsible for greeting visitors to the museum, selling tickets and memberships as well as providing information on programs, events and exhibitions.

    Complete details are here.
  • Guggenheim Fellowship
    August 9, 2018
    Deadline: September 17

    Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for individuals who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.

    The Foundation receives approximately 3,000 applications each year. Although no one who applies is guaranteed success in the competition, there is no prescreening: all applications are reviewed. Approximately 175 Fellowships are awarded each year.

    Guggenheim Fellowships are grants to selected individuals made for a minimum of six months and a maximum of twelve months. Since the purpose of the Guggenheim Fellowship program is to help provide Fellows with blocks of time in which they can work with as much creative freedom as possible, grants are made freely. No special conditions attach to them, and Fellows may spend their grant funds in any manner they deem necessary to their work. The United States Internal Revenue Service, however, does require the Foundation to ask for reports from its Fellows at the end of their Fellowship terms.

    During the rigorous selection process, applicants will first be pooled with others working in the same field, and examined by experts in that field: the work of artists will be reviewed by artists, that of scientists by scientists, that of historians by historians, and so on. The Foundation has a network of several hundred advisers, who either meet at the Foundation offices to look at applicants’ work, or receive application materials to read offsite. These advisers, all of whom are themselves former Guggenheim Fellows, then submit reports critiquing and ranking the applications in their respective fields. Their recommendations are then forwarded to and weighed by a Committee of Selection, which determines the number of awards to be made in each area. Occasionally, no application in a given area is considered strong enough to merit a Fellowship.

    The Committee of Selection then forwards its recommendations to the Board of Trustees for final approval. The successful candidates in the United States and Canada competition are announced in early April.

    The online application can be found at competition.gf.org/applicant.

    More information can be found at gf.org.
  • Florida Humanities Council Community Project Grants
    August 9, 2018
    Deadline: September 14 at noon

    The Florida Humanities Council's Community Project grants provide support for the planning and implementation of public humanities programs and resources that meet the needs and interests of local communities.

    All projects must:
    • Be rooted in one or more of the disciplines of the humanities
    • Enlist the participation of humanities scholars or experts in the project’s planning and execution, and
    • Engage the public in thoughtful and informed activities that explore humanities topics, including those related to Florida or topics of interest to Floridians
    Special consideration may be given to the following:
      • Proposals from organizations with annual budgets of less than $1 million
      • Projects that reach new or underserved audiences
      • Projects that build on partnerships between two or more organizations or institution

      • Guidelines and grant requirements can be found at floridahumanities.org/what-we-do/grants.
  • $500 Grant for Senior Year College Theatre Majors
    August 9, 2018
    Deadline: September 3

    Theatre Tampa Bay is accepting applications for their Emerging Artist Award from college seniors or incoming seniors majoring in a theatre discipline in a Tampa Bay area school.

    The grant amount of $525 includes a year's membership in Theatre Tampa Bay.

    Applications should include:
    • A single page narrative explaining how the funds will be used during your senior year and how that will have an effect on your work as a theatre artist.
    The narrative should use one-inch margins and a 12-point sans serif uncondensed typeface such as Arial or Helvetica. The top line should list the artist’s name, email and phone, preferably a cell number.
    • A current theatrical resume.
    Please attach both items saved as PDFs, to an email with the Subject line "Emerging Artist" and send to: info@theatretampabay.org

    Complete details are at theatretampabay.org/emerging-artist-award.
  • Researcher for New Engagement Program on Memory Loss at MFA
    August 9, 2018
    The Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St Pete is seeking a grant-funded Program Researcher and Analyst to assist in the creation of a new MFA program.

    The person hired for this position will work with Programs staff to identify the resources required to develop and implement a cutting-edge Impact and Engagement program designed to enhance the physical, social and cognitive lives of those afflicted with Alzheimer’s or memory loss and their caregivers, through innovative and best practice cultural engagement activities and research.

    This is a grant-funded position that may transition into a long-term placement.

    The preferred start date is September 30, 2018.

    Complete details and application instructions are at mfastpete.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/impact-lab-position.pdf.
  • $500 Grant for Professional Theatre Artists
    August 9, 2018
    Application Deadline: September 1

    Theatre Tampa Bay is accepting applications for The Jeff Norton Dream Grant for Professional Theatre Artists.

    This annual, unrestricted grant honors the memory of the late artist and teacher, Jeff Norton, whose immeasurable impact on the Bay area theatre scene is still being felt.

    The grant criteria is deliberately broad and the application simple. Theatre Tampa Bay encourages artists to dream, “If I only had $500, I would…”

    Grant funds are unrestricted and may be used for any kind of project including production, education, travel or equipment purchase. The total grant amount of $525 includes a year's membership in Theatre Tampa Bay.

    Submit by September 1:
    • A single-page narrative explaining how the funds will be used and the effect of the grant on the applicant's work as a theatre artist. The narrative should use one-inch margins and 12-point sans serif uncondensed typeface such as Arial or Helvetica. The top line should list the artist’s name, email and phone, preferably a cell number.
    • A current theatrical resume.
    Please attach both items saved as PDFs to an email with the Subject "Norton Dream Grant" and send to: info@theatretampabay.org.

    Complete details are at theatretampabay.org/jeff-norton-dream-grant.
  • Chief Executive Officer, Van Wezel Foundation
    August 8, 2018
    The Van Wezel Foundation in Sarasota is entering a new period of philanthropic growth and will embark on a capital campaign to raise funds to support building a new performing arts center.

    The Foundation Board of Directors is actively seeking an entrepreneurial, collegial fundraising leader to serve as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). This role offers the unparalleled opportunity to raise funds to directly enhance and develop a world-class cultural complex for Florida’s Gulf Coast.

    The ideal candidate will have the stature and proven ability to develop meaningful relationships with the Foundation Board, Executive Director of the Van Wezel, the City, philanthropists, volunteers and the community. In addition to leading the campaign, the CEO will advance philanthropy, community understanding and goodwill for the Foundation. The successful candidate will serve as a key ambassador and advocate for the Foundation, inspire support, and promote public awareness about the achievements and success of the campaign.

    The CEO will have primary responsibility for the ongoing success and strategic growth of the capital campaign, annual fund, and the Gala.   The CEO will guide the identification and development of strategic partnerships that align the Foundation’s mission, programming and educational priorities with the desires of philanthropic individuals, corporations and foundations.  In order to best position the Foundation for philanthropic partnerships, the successful candidate will build strong relationships both externally and internally.

    Details and an online application can be found here.
  • Grants for Artists Raising Children
    August 2, 2018
    Deadline: August 31

    The Sustainable Arts Foundation was founded in 2010 with the aim of encouraging parents to continue pursuing their creative passion, and to rekindle it in those who may have let it slide.

    In 2018 the foundation will award $5000 each to 20 visual artists and writers who have demonstrated excellence in their disciplines. The awards are offered as unrestricted cash, and recipients can use the funds as they see fit.

    To be eligible to apply for a grant you must have at least one child under the age of 18.  Applicants can be based anywhere in the world and there are no citizenship restrictions.

    We seek to reward excellence. The portfolio is the primary factor we consider in evaluating each application. It should only include work created since becoming a parent and within the last 3 years. We're also interested in hearing what your plans are, and how this award might assist you in attaining your goals.

    Writers may apply in one of the following categories:
    • Creative Nonfiction
    • Early and Middle Grade Fiction
    • Fiction
    • Graphic Novel
    • Long Form Journalism
    • Picture Books
    • Playwriting
    • Poetry
    • Young Adult Fiction
    Visual artists may apply in one of the following categories:
    • Book Arts
    • Drawing
    • Fiber Arts and Textiles
    • Illustration
    • Installation
    • Mixed Media
    • Painting
    • Photography
    • Printmaking
    • Sculpture
    Since 2016 the organisers have committed to offering half of its awards to applicants of color.

    Applications for the Fall 2018 round opened on Wednesday 1 August and close on Friday, August 31.

    For application details visit the Sustainable Arts Foundation website.
  • Artist Residencies at Atlantic Center for the Arts
    August 2, 2018
    Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach is accepting applications for the Master Artists-in-Residence Program.

    Spend three weeks developing your work with the personal support and mentorship of internationally renowned masters in visual arts, music composition, literature and choreography. Participation is limited to 8 people for each Master Artist.

    Upcoming residencies include:

    Residency #172 February 17 - March 09, 2019
    Application Deadline: Sunday, September 16, 2018
    Deborah Hay, choreographer, dancer, writer, coach
    Bonnie Jo Campbell, fiction
    Catherine Opie, visual artist

    Residency #173 May 12 - June 01, 2019
    Application Deadline: Sunday, December 2, 2018
    James Lecesne, playwright
    Janie Geiser, interdisciplinary artist
    Annie Gosfield, composer

    Residency #174 June 23 - July 13, 2019
    Application Deadline: Sunday, January 20, 2019
    Nicole Mitchell, composer/performer
    Benjamin Percy, fiction
    Michelle Grabner, visual artist

    Residency #175 October 13 - November 02, 2019
    Application Deadline: Sunday, May 12, 2019
    Larry Mitchell, composer/performer/producer
    Joy Harjo, poet / musician / author
    Sook Jin Jo, visual artist

    Full details on the Residency program, Master Artists and application process can be found at atlanticcenterforthearts.org/residencies/master-artist-residency-schedule.
  • Emerging Artists Exhibit at the Morean
    August 2, 2018
    Deadline: October 25 at midnight

    The Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Petersburg invites emerging artists currently residing in Florida to submit entries for possible exhibition in the third annual Fresh Squeezed 3: Emerging Artists in Florida.

    The exhibition will be held at the Morean Arts Center May 11 – June 28, 2019.

    The purpose of Fresh Squeezed is to nurture and advance the careers of emerging visual artists, while giving our community the opportunity to discover exciting new art being made in our region.

    The Morean Galleries will be divided into six spaces for the purposes of this show, giving each selected artist what will essentially be a solo exhibition.

    Works in any medium will be accepted and community-oriented, site-specific installations are encouraged. Applications will only be accepted from artists who haven't had a previous solo exhibition in Florida.

    Each artist will have the opportunity to participate a gallery talk during the run of the exhibition, to enable them to interact with potential collectors and raise their visibility in our community. Morean staff will work closely with the selected artists to assist them in photographing, pricing and marketing their work.

    Our Fresh Squeezed program aims to provide emerging artists with resources needed to develop a sustainable artistic practice.

    Complete details and a map of the gallery space are available here.
  • 100% Pure Florida Exhibit
    August 2, 2018
    Deadline: December 1

    Fifth Avenue Art Gallery in Melbourne FL is issuing a call for Florida resident artists over the age of 18, to submit work to the 13th annual juried exhibit, 100% Pure Florida.

    The exhibit will run from January 29 through February 24, 2019.

    Details and an application form are located at: https://fifthavenueartgallery.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/2019-100-percent-call.pdf

    Awards are as follows:

    1st Place: $500 and a solo exhibition for September 2019
    2nd Place: $300
    3rd Place: $200
    3 or more Merit awards of $100

    All awards will be based on the best single piece of work as determined by the solo judge.
  • Contemporary Craft Exhibit: Materials Hard + Soft
    July 24, 2018
    Entry deadline: September 30

    The Greater Denton Arts Council is accepting applications for the 32nd annual Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition.

    Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, Materials: Hard + Soft began in 1987 and celebrates the evolving field of contemporary craft and the remarkable creativity and innovation of artists who push the boundaries of their chosen media.

    Since 2017, the exhibition has expanded to include works by international artists. Approximately 70 works will be selected by the juror Janet McCall, Executive Director of the Contemporary Craft, for exhibition at the Patterson-Appleton Arts Center in Denton, Texas from February 1-May 4, 2019.

    Works produced in any of the craft media: clay, fiber, glass, metal, paper, wood or any combination of craft media, are welcome.

    Details can be found at dentonarts.com/mhscall.
  • Call for Alternative Writing and Visual Art
    July 19, 2018
    Deadline: August 31

    Alternative art and literature magazine The Matador Review is accepting submissions for their Fall 2018 publication.

    We publish poetry, fiction, flash fiction and creative non-fiction and many forms of visual art. We invite all unpublished literature written in the English language, and translations accompanied by the original text. For visual art, photography, illustration, animation, sculpture, painting, ceramics and drawing are welcome.

    Our purpose is to promote “alternative work” from both art and literature, and to encourage the new-wave of respect for online publications.

    In each issue, we offer a selection of work from both emerging and established artists, as well as exclusive interviews and book reviews from creators who are, above all else, provocative.

    For us, alternative is a way of voice and experience. It is the distinction from what is conventional, and it advocates for a progressive attitude.

    Submission information can be found at matadorreview.com/submissions.
  • Call to Artists: A Show of Heads
    July 18, 2018
    Deadline: August 31

    A SHOW OF HEADS is an international, thematic group exhibition curated and hosted by the Limner Gallery in Hudson NY from October 18 – November 10, 2018.

    The exhibition is based on the portrayal and interpretation of the human head and is open for entry to artists working in any media.

    Artists may submit portraiture, partial, composite or multiple interpretations of the head.

    Details are at slowart.com/prospectus/head.
  • New Tampa Players Seek Special Needs Performers, Director, Project Coordinator
    July 18, 2018
    New Tampa Players community theatre is seeking performers and a creative team for The Penguin Project.

    Established in 2004, Penguin Project gives children with special needs the opportunity to be on stage. All roles in a Penguin Project production are filled with artists with special needs, including Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities visual impairment, hearing impairment, and other neurological disorders.

    They are joined on stage by a dedicated group of “peer mentors” – children the same age without disabilities who have volunteered to work side-by-side with them through 4 months of rehearsals and through the final performance.

    By providing access to community theater, The Penguin Project demonstrates that the special challenges of a disability should not handicap a child’s ability to participate in life’s experiences.
    • What is the production schedule like?
    The production starts with an informational meeting in December, where the artists, the peer mentors, the parents, and the production team meet and learn about the program.

    During the next four months, there are usually 3-4 rehearsals a week that are no longer than 90 minutes. During each rehearsal, each artist has a peer mentor who learns right alongside with him or her. The peer mentors learn all of blocking, lines, and choreography and work with their artist. Some rehearsals are for the ensemble, some are for the leads, but all are fun.

    As the production dates near, rehearsals will move to include all artists and peer mentors. Three  exciting performances are planned for the weekend of April 4, 5 and 6 of 2019.
    • The New Tampa Players are seeking:
    Peer Mentors: If you are between the ages of 8 and 21 and have some theatre onstage experience, we would love to have you involved with the Penguin Project. We will be happy to complete paperwork for community service or volunteer hours for school or church.

    Production Team: We are looking for a director, musical director and choreographer with experience, talent and heart for this special project.

    If you are interested or know someone, please contact us at president@newtampaplayers.org

    Community Members: As this production gets underway, we will need a peer mentor coordinator and technical production team (sets, lights, sound, painters, costumers). We will also need snacks! If you are interested in being on the production team for the Penguin Project, please email Nora Paine at president@newtampaplayers.org.

    Sponsors: Those wanting to sponsor/donate to this special experience, should contact Nora Paine at president@newtampaplayers.org.

    Click Here to find out more and get involved.
  • Dunedin Music Society Executive Director
    July 17, 2018
    Application Deadline: August 31

    The Dunedin Music Society is seeking their first dedicated Executive Director, to directly influence important strategies for long-term sustainability by establishing and assuming administrative responsibilities of the organization and supporting the work of the Artistic Director.

    This is a part-time volunteer position, with the possibility of it becoming a paid position in 1-2 years.

    The DMS is committed to Connecting Local Communities with Live Music by creating and offering large festivals and local concerts that feature the award-winning 36-year-old Dunedin Concert Band, educational opportunities for amateur and professional performers through the Pinellas Community Players, and a multitude of workshops and events.

    Details on the position are available at dunedinmusicsociety.org/edsearch2018.
  • Assistant to the Executive Director & Secretary to the Board of Directors at the Florida Holocaust Museum
    July 13, 2018

    The Florida Holocaust Museum is seeking a full-time administrative professional to coordinate and facilitate the complex administrative tasks of the Executive office. The Assistant to the Executive Director & Secretary to the Board of Directors has the following responsibilities:

    Assistant to the Executive Director

    • Manage and assess daily needs and priorities of the Executive Director, including complex calendar management.
    • Facilitates Executive Director’s email and written correspondence.
    • Serves as first point of contact and liaison with a high level of confidentiality for all the Executive Director’s contacts, including Board members, donors, government officials, artists and others.
    • Receives visitors, telephone calls and mail for Executive Director. Ascertains nature of business and personally handles those requesting routine information, appointments and task. Directs remainder to appropriate official/staff.
    • Schedules appointments for the Executive Director. Coordinates and schedules meetings on- and off-site. Makes travel arrangements as necessary.
    • Reviews and briefs for the Executive Director's attention news articles, reports, bulletins and other materials.
    • Composes letters and memoranda for Executive Director's signature.
    • Prepares purchase orders, expense reports and credit card reconciliation for the Executive Director.
    • Maintains files and records for the Executive Director.
    • Coordinates and completes projects and administrative assignments as directed by the Executive Director.
    • Prepares and types a variety of routine and special reports from source material in files, including confidential material.

    Secretary to the Board of Directors

    • Coordinates Board of Directors and Committee meeting schedules, collects RSVPs for quorum, drafts the Executive Director’s monthly presentation to the Board, prepares meeting packets by gathering reports from senior staff members, attends meetings and takes notes, follows up on action points.
    • Maintains Board of Directors files. Assists board members with a variety of organization-specific requests.
    • Participates in organization committees as required. Attends committee meetings on behalf of the Executive Director as required.
    • Orders or purchases supplies for Board of Directors, committee and staff meetings. Prepares expense reports.


    • Bachelor's degree preferred.
    • Minimum of 2 years of experience in providing high administrative support to elected officials or senior management staff, or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
    • Must be very efficient, organized and able to handle multiple interruptions.
    • Demonstrate strong knowledge of business English and show excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Raiser’s Edge and internet research.
    • Ability to prioritize tasks and work independently on complex and confidential administrative tasks, compose effective and accurate correspondence, and deal with non-routine and complex tasks.
    • Demonstrate ability to deal with the Board, public, volunteers and staff in a professional, effective and courteous manner.
    • Demonstrate ability to independently prepare agendas, meeting minutes and related complex or confidential correspondence.
    • Experience in the nonprofit/cultural arena preferred.

    Resumes with cover letter should be sent to: hrmanager@thefhm.org

    No phone calls regarding position. Candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted via email.

    About The Florida Holocaust Museum

    The Florida Holocaust Museum (The FHM) honors the memory of millions of innocent men, women and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust. The Museum is dedicated to teaching members of all races and cultures to recognize the inherent worth and dignity of human life in order to prevent future genocide. One of only three American Alliance of Museum accredited Holocaust museums, The FHM boasts an outstanding collection of contemporary visual art as well as the largest Holocaust research library in the Southeastern United States. Its permanent exhibition highlights the artifacts, photographs, documents and testimonies of Holocaust Survivors and Liberators who came to settle in Florida. Please visit www.thefhm.org for more information about the Museum and its programs.

  • Screenwriting Intensive
    June 17, 2018
    Award-winning filmmaker Bandar Albuliwi, winner of the creative promise award at the Tribeca Film Festival, will be holding an 8 Week Screenwriting Intensive this fall.

    If interested, please email StPetersburgFilmmakingWorkshop@gmail.com to reserve your spot, as space is limited.

    September 3 - November 5, 2018

    Classes meet twice a week in downtown St. Petersburg, Monday and Wednesday from 6:00-9:50 pm.

    $2,000 (payment plans available)
  • Mascot Design for the James Museum
    June 7, 2018
    Deadline: August 30

    The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art is accepting proposals to help in the creation of a museum mascot based on the horse found in William R. Leigh’s painting called Tidbits.

    We are looking for a likeness of the horse. This might be a painting or a graphic image.

    The likeness of Tidbits should include the whole horse. It may be a ¾ look as in the painting, straight-on as Tidbits looks at the audience, or a profile that includes a side view with all four legs.

    Tidbits should be realistic, lifelike and fun. When visitors see the painting in the gallery they should recognize Tidbits as the museum mascot.

    Handy and a reliable friend to the cowboy, Tidbits has distinct features: 4 white socks, a white nose, a painted tail, warm eyes with a tint of blue and an underbelly that is white with brown spots like an Appaloosa. Tidbits does not talk. Probably no saddle or reins, but Tidbits does needs a blanket and a halter.

    Tidbits will be used in advertising for education programs, on a sticker, as a soft plush puppet, a stuffed animal and eventually Tidbits will be put in motion on our website.

    Eligibility: Artists and students from the Tampa Bay area are invited to submit proposals

    Entry fee: $10 (checks only, payable to the James Museum)

    Size of entries: Not to exceed 18" x 18”

    Medium: Acrylic, oil, pastel and oil pastel on paper or board. Vector or raster graphic images will be accepted.

    Award: The winning artist will be awarded $500. Winner will be announced September 15, 2018.

    Please mail or drop off entries and fee to:

    Marsha Quinn The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Museum 150 Central Ave St Petersburg FL 33701

    Questions: marsha.quinn@thejamesmuseum.org or 727.892.4200 ext. 1016
  • Grants for Artists Ages 15-18
    June 7, 2018
    Deadline: October 12

    The National YoungArts Foundation provides emerging artists ages 15-18 or grades 10-12 with opportunities to work with renowned mentors, access to significant scholarships, national recognition and other opportunities throughout their careers to help ensure that the nation’s most outstanding young artists are encouraged to pursue a career in the arts.

    To that end, YoungArts is accepting applications for its 2018 Prize cycle, which offers support in ten artistic disciplines: cinematic arts, dance, design, jazz, music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice and writing.

    All YoungArts Winners are exposed to professional and educational opportunities, including the chance to work with and learn from renowned artists in their fields, and are eligible to participate in one of YoungArts' annual regional programs in Miami, Los Angeles or New York, space permitting.

    YoungArts also offers young artists a strong professional network of more than twenty thousand alumni, as well as ongoing professional guidance and the opportunity to perform and exhibit their work at some of the nation’s leading cultural institutions, including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.), the Baryshnikov Arts Center (New York), Sotheby’s (New York), and the New World Center (Miami).

    Each year, hundreds of students are selected as national winners and receive grants of up to $10,000 each, as well as the opportunity to attend YoungArts programs, attend master classes and workshops with internationally renowned artists, and participate in interdisciplinary activities, performances and exhibitions.

    There is a $35 non-refundable application fee per category, and fee waivers are available on a case-by-case basis.

    Applicants must be a citizen or legal resident of the United States or one of its territories and be between the ages of 15 and 18 (or in grades 10-12). International students who are studying in the U.S. on a student visa also are eligible to apply. YoungArts reserves the right to extend eligibility on a case-by-case basis provided the applicant's birth date is within ninety days of the application date.

    Details and an online application are at youngarts.org/apply.

    - Courtesy of Philanthropy News Digest.

  • Residencies in Dance, Fiction and Visual Arts
    June 7, 2018
    Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyrna Beach is accepting applications for residencies with visiting master artists.

    Residency dates: February 17-March 9, 2019
    Application Deadline: September 16

    Choreographer Deborah Hay
    Fiction writer Bonnie Jo Campbell
    Visual artist Catherine Opie

    Details and an online application are at: atlanticcenterforthearts.org/residencies/about-the-master-artist-in-residence-program
  • Grants for Touring Musicians
    June 5, 2018
    Deadline for Traditional Music: June 8
    Deadline for Jazz and Blues: September 30

    Performing Arts Discovery: American Sounds is a project of South Arts, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

    South Arts logo

    American Sounds introduces Southern jazz, blues and traditional musicians and music to presenters from around the world, with the goal of increasing international touring opportunities for artists.

    These festival and concert programmers are immersed in performances, history and conversations about our region’s quintessentially American music – traditional/folk, Native American, jazz, blues, Gospel, zydeco, country, bluegrass and more.
    South Arts is seeking artists/ensembles who wish to be considered for participation. Working with our artistic advisors, we will select a mix of recommended and self-nominated artists for showcasing and other opportunities, including professional development in the area of international touring.

    Generally, artists to be considered for this program should:
    • Have multi-state or some national touring experience
    • Be at a point to consider undertaking international touring, but have no or limited prior international touring
    • Reside in one of South Arts’ states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina or Tennessee)
    • Perform jazz, blues, or traditional music forms from the region
    Complete details are at southarts.org/touring-arts/padamerican-sounds.

    An online application form is available here.
  • Fall Docent Training at The Dalí Museum
    June 4, 2018
    The next Docent Training Program at the Salvador Dalí Museum in downtown St. Pete is slated for Fall 2018.

    The Docent Program is at the heart of the Dalí Museum’s educational mission. Adult docents enroll in a 21-week training program (roughly the equivalent of a 3 credit university-level course) that consists of weekly three-hour lectures, three written tests, and a final mini-tour examination.

    There is a $150 dollar fee for the program plus a $100 deposit. After completion of initial training, docents are required to conduct six tours to receive a return of deposit.

    In addition to this initial training period, there is ongoing training for docents including curatorial walk-throughs of new exhibitions, refresher classes and advanced seminars.

    Docents are responsible for developing their own tours and are encouraged to develop a repertoire of tours for specific audiences and special interest groups.

    An online application is available at thedali.org/join-and-give/get-involved/become-docent.
  • Call to Professional and Student Artists: Embracing Our Differences
    May 29, 2018
    DEADLINE: October 15

    Art is a powerful tool to evoke social change. Without uttering a single word, artists can enlighten, educate and affect change around the world.

    Since 2004, Embracing Our Differences has used the power of art and prose to promote diversity. One way we accomplish this is through our annual international art exhibition in Sarasota’s Bayfront Park.

    This juried exhibit consists of 45 billboard-size images. Each work of art is created by local, national and international artists reflecting their interpretation of our theme, “Enriching Lives Through Diversity and Inclusion.”

    Winning artworks combine a deep understanding of both medium and message. Awards are given for “Best-in-Show Adult,” “Best-in-Show Student,” and “People’s Choice” categories, with the last chosen by visitors to the exhibit. Adult winners each receive $1,000; students receive $1,000 to be directed to their school’s art program.

    The statements accompanying each artwork are also vital and provide insight into our common humanity—as well as the differences that make us all unique. In 2017, 212,000 people visited the exhibition—bringing the total amount of visitors to 2.5 million since 2004.

    The 2019 exhibit will be displayed from January 19 through March 14, 2019, in Bayfront Park in downtown Sarasota.

    Embracing Our Differences invites you to participate in creating a world where differences are embraced and individuality is celebrated. Become a part of this exciting change through your visual art submission to the annual Embracing Our Differences international juried competition.

    Submission requirements and past winning entries are available at embracingourdifferences.org/submit-art.

    Direct link to “Submit Art” page is at embracingourdifferences.org/call-for-artists.

    Direct link to the Submittable.com online submission page is at embracingourdifferences.submittable.com/submit/28650.
  • International Artzine Prize for Abstract, Figurative and Urban Art
    May 21, 2018
    Deadline:  August 31

    The Artzine Art Prize aims to uncover and showcase the best artistic talent from around the world, and to support brilliant artists who are defining our perception of what contemporary art is today.

    With a prize pool of €8000, Artzine is calling talented artists to submit their artworks in the categories of Abstract Art, Figurative Art and Urban Art.

    Submissions are open to all members of the international arts community, and prize entry is free of charge.

    Members of the public are also invited to take part by voting in the People’s Choice award, which will commence on June 11.

    Artzine is an art marketplace where collectors can discover and purchase original works from emerging and established international artists. The website aims to proffer a positive change in the art world by putting the power in the hands of the artists, and providing meaningful opportunities and access to buyers around the world through a modern platform that blends aesthetic taste with cutting edge technology.

    Entry details are available on the Artzine website at: artzine.com/prize-2018.
  • Tampa Bay Lightning Annual Call to Artists
    May 8, 2018
    Deadline:  September 7

    Amalie Arena and the Tampa Bay Lightning announce the seventh annual Open Call to Artists.

    During the first six years of the program, we were honored to display 250 pieces of locally-created art throughout the building, for our 1.5 million annual visitors to admire.

    All the artwork is for sale, with proceeds going directly to the artist.

    We are looking for artwork to display in the 2018-2019 season and invite all emerging and established Tampa Bay artists to submit original artwork.

    The exhibit’s goal is to display images that embrace and celebrate the greater Tampa Bay community, and that can help the Arena reflect the vibrancy of the area. Images that creatively weave in Lightning hockey are a welcomed addition.

    A jury of representatives from the Tampa Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Dalí Museum and the Ringling Museum will select the pieces for display on our IOA Suite Level.  Artists will be notified by September 24, if accepted into the exhibition.

    In addition to being displayed in the building, there is the opportunity to win a cash prize.  The top three overall ranked artworks, as scored by the judges, will receive cash prizes of $1,000 each. Honorable mentions ranked in the top 10 will receive $250 each and the top three pieces from the youth category (ages 13-18 years old) will also receive $250.

    Selected artists will be invited to a reception this Fall at the unveiling.

    Please visit tampabaylightning.com/art to find information about the exhibition rules, jury, size requirements and an online application.
  • Manager - Neel Performing Arts Center
    May 3, 2018
    The Manatee-Sarasota branch of the State College of Florida is seeking a Manager for the Neel Performing Arts Center in Bradenton.

    This position oversees the Neel Performing Arts Center, including planning, scheduling, budgeting, facility maintenance, coordinating events and overall management of facility operations.

    Since 1966, the Neel Performing Arts Center has served as a cultural center for Manatee and Sarasota counties, hosting college and community events.

    Remodeled in 1999, the auditorium features a 65- by 40- foot stage, seating for 837 and the Elizabeth M. Eaton Memorial Pipe Organ, a 50-rank, 3-manual instrument built by master craftsman Charles McManis.

    Located on the west side of the building is the new David S. & Anne V. Howard Studio Theatre, home of Studio 84 Productions, the SCF student theatre company.

    Details on this position and an online application are available here.

  • Grants for Student Artists
    March 27, 2018

    Talented students who aspire to be exceptional musicians, actors or visual artists are often faced with financial need that prevents them from pursuing a career in an artistic field after school or during the summer.

    A small grant award can make a world of difference to a student who otherwise would not have the chance to succeed in his or her arts field.

    The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance is committed to supporting young talent, just as we support ACE, Arts for a Complete Education, for Pinellas County arts education in public schools.

    Who is eligible: Any artist 10-18 in the categories of dance, cinematic arts, jazz, music, digital arts, photography, theater, visual arts and voice.   Students must be residents of Pinellas County.  Funds are awarded to arts program organizations located in St. Petersburg only.  Funds may be used for:
    • Tuition for summer arts programs
    • Musical instruments rental, purchase or repair
    • Dance shoes, music books and arts supplies
    • Individual instruction or adult master class tuition
    How it Works
    Individuals may nominate students for an after-school, weekend or summer program using our Funding Futures application.  Non-profit organizations may nominate students as well for their programs.

    We ask that you nominate students with financial need who could not otherwise participate in the program. 

    For an application and more information, please email ace@stpeteartsalliance.org.

    You Can Donate to Funding Futures Funding Futures is supported 100% by donations.

    The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance has awarded over $10,000 to 16 students in our first year.  Help make a difference in a child's life.  Donate today HERE.
  • Part-Time Positions at Florida Studio Theatre
    March 13, 2018
    Florida Studio Theatre is continuously looking for enthusiastic, creative and dedicated people for backstage crew, wait staff, box office associates, teaching associates and many other hourly positions.

    To be considered for any position, please email your resume and completed application to James Ashford, Casting & Hiring Coordinator at jashford@floridastudiotheatre.org.

    Click here to download the application.

    If you have any other questions, please contact James Ashford at (941) 366-9017 or  jashford@floridastudiotheatre.org

    Florida Studio Theatre is committed to developing a work environment that is reflective of the diverse community that it serves. Applicants from all populations and underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. Consideration for employment will be given to all applicants without regard to race/ethnicity, gender identity/sexual orientation, age or ability.
  • Performing Artists Wanted at Sarasota's Art Ovation Hotel
    March 13, 2018
    Sarasota’s new Art Ovation Hotel is always looking for talent: musicians, musical theater performers, jugglers, theater artists, dancers and more.

    If you are interested in performing at the Art Ovation Hotel in downtown Sarasota, please contact Lisa DiFranza, Cultural Curator: ldifranza@artovationhotel.com.

    We look forward to hearing from you.
  • Volunteers Needed at American Stage
    February 19, 2018
    Love Theatre? Want to talk about it? Join American Stage’s Neighborhood Theatre Ambassadors.

    American Stage, Tampa Bay's longest-running professional theatre company, is seeking outgoing individuals to join our Neighborhood Theatre Ambassador team. Theatre Ambassadors help us by:
    • Spreading the word about our exciting programs.
    • Connecting with local businesses to build relationships (distribute posters, flyers and donation requests.)
    • Engaging with the community to share the love of American Stage
    This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with your community while supporting the arts.

    The schedule and location is flexible and based on your availability. All volunteers receive a complimentary ticket to the show you are promoting.

    American Stage is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and volunteering with us counts as community service as recognized by most high schools, colleges and many employers as well as scholarship programs such as the Bright Futures.

    Some requirements:
    - You will need to provide your own transportation
    - There will be plenty of walking involved
    - Some lifting (as much paperwork and posters as you are comfortable carrying, up to 25 lbs)
    - Smiling : )

    Contact American Stage Volunteer Coordinator, Colleen Cherry, at volunteer@americanstage.org for more information about how to join our volunteer family.

    Please add volunteer@americanstage to your email contacts to ensure delivery. If you don’t hear back from us within a week of submitting please check your "Junk/Spam" folder.
  • Free Classes in Online Sales & Promotion from Creative Pinellas
    February 18, 2018
    Need help promoting your events? Have questions about e-commerce and selling your work online? Hope to grow your social media following?

    You can get your questions answered at the Creative Pinellas Digital Media & Marketing Lab, at their beautiful home office in Largo's Botanical Gardens.

    Open the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 9am-noon, the lab is staffed with experts in the fields of social media, IT, graphic design and other useful areas.

    Come for the whole session, or simply drop in to have your questions answered. Experienced facilitators are on hand to help.

    These sessions are free. An online link to register is here - creative-pinellas-workshop.ticketleap.com/digital-media-lab/
  • Resources for Ongoing Arts Opportunities
    January 14, 2018

    Resources for Ongoing Arts Opportunities. . .


    While you may know this website for its wide array of calls for shows, exhibitions, and residencies, this site also boasts a collection of grants and awards.

    Search through the listings at no cost for details on applying, including entry deadline, fees and eligibility.

    Artist Opportunity Monthly

    AOM offers a free monthly opportunity list: AOMFree.

    All you need to do is sign up with your email and they send you opportunities every month, including grants. AOM prides itself on ensuring each opportunity is worthwhile.


    "The largest and most respected source for artists seeking income and exhibition opportunities.”
    This website costs a subscription fee of $20 a year to view the majority of its opportunities, but you can browse many grants for free on their homepage and the @ArtDeadline Twitter account.

    The Art Guide

    This website allows you to apply directly to the organization offering a grant.

    The list is updated daily.
  • 2018 Grants for Visual Artists
    January 14, 2018
    Take a look at these exciting grant opportunities for visual artists, now taking applications.

    You'll find a detailed list and this year's expected deadlines here.
  • Classes for Creative Business Owners
    January 12, 2018
    The Greenhouse in downtown St. Pete offers classes in Grant Writing, Government Contracting, Business Financing, Business Startup Basics, How to Research and Write a Business Plan, Bookkeeping, Cooperative Businesses, Website Marketing, Estimating and Bidding, Crowdfunding and more.

    Check their course schedule at  gh.stpetegreenhouse.org/events.
  • Elementary and Middle School Art Teachers Needed
    December 5, 2017
    The Hillsborough County Public School district is looking for qualified applicants for elementary and middle school art positions.

    Qualifications are not limited to those with education degrees. Applicants with significant personal or professional art experience but no degree in education, will be guided through our district’s Alternative Certification Program and Education Induction Program.

    Current district vacancies can be found at the following link: https://www.applitrack.com/sdhc/onlineapp/default.aspx?all=1&AppliTrackPostingSearch=title%3Aart%20&AppliTrackZipRadius=5&AppliTrackSort=type&AppliTrackLayoutMode=detail

    This is an ongoing opportunity.

    For more information, Contact Erin Saladino, Art Ed Supervisor, K-12, e-mail erin.saladino@sdhc.k12.fl.us, telephone (813) 272-4803, visit http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us
  • Working and Coworking Space for Nonprofits
    November 15, 2017
    Creative Pinellas, our amazing countywide arts organization, moved their operations to the beautiful grounds of the former Gulf Coast Museum in Largo. They are now able to offer affordable office space to arts and culture nonprofits in Pinellas County, and are currently accepting applications. The Creative Pinellas Arts Business Incubator offers: - Private Offices and Coworking space - WiFi - Conference Room - Classroom - Mailroom and resource center - Mentoring - Training - Workshops and other business support Creative Pinellas aims to build a vibrant, collaborative arts and cultural community that supports participants' development, growth and success and that can act as a magnet and support system for the arts in Pinellas County. Rent for offices start at $135 per month. Rent for coworking space is $38 per month. Details and an online application are here:  http://creativepinellas.org/incubator/ Further details are here.
  • Volunteer at the Morean Arts Center
    June 1, 2017
    The Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Pete always has room for new volunteers, and welcomes students.

    If you're part of a community group, the Morean is glad to talk with you about your organization volunteering.

    You can also apply to become a Docent at the Chihuly Collection.

    Complete details on all their volunteer opportunities are here.
  • Ongoing Resources for Artists
    February 21, 2017
    Explore these sites for professional development, funding ideas, arts advocacy, sources for health insurance and more.

    Americans For The Arts

    American Artists

    Art Place:  Creative Placemaking

    Creative Capital

    Creative Pinellas

    National Endowment for the Arts

    Philanthropy Foundation

  • Call for Volunteers: St Pete Store & Visitors Center
    September 29, 2016
    Are you in love with our beautiful city? Are you interested in sharing this with others in a fun and professional environment?
    The St. Pete Store & Visitors Center is looking for a few good people to help our visitors and locals find their way to great activities, restaurants, museums and attractions in St. Petersburg.
    Please contact shemans@stpete.com if you are interested!
  • Trolley Guides for Second Saturday ArtWalk
    May 29, 2016
    Volunteers are needed to serve as Trolley Guides for Second Saturday ArtWalk every month. It's a fun and festive evening when galleries and studios stay open late and celebrate the arts in St. Petersburg.

    Volunteers take 2-hour shifts (from 5-7 and from 7-9) riding the trolley, answering questions, providing information about St. Petersburg's five arts districts and helping keep the trolleys "on track.”

    Contact: info@stpeteartsalliance.org.  Volunteers receive a $25 gift card.
  • Call to Artists: Public Art in Sarasota
    May 1, 2016
    Deadline for submissions: June 5 A Call to Artists is underway for the creation of an original landmark sculpture to be placed at a future roundabout at Orange Avenue and Ringling Boulevard in Sarasota, to become part of the City’s permanent public art collection. Artists with a proven track record of creating significant outdoor public art commissions that can withstand the Florida elements are encouraged to apply. The piece should be  free standing. Complement the Orange Avenue/Ringling Boulevard roundabout location. Require minimal maintenance (no water features). Must be an original design. Can be appreciated from a distance (does not draw people toward it). Must not exceed 20 feet in height. Must not display messages or contain signs, flashing lights etc. The project budget cannot exceed $150,000.  Installation: November 2017. Specific details about the project, including the application process and selection process are posted at www.CallForEntry.org.  
  • Call to Artists: St Augustine Art Festival
    April 29, 2016
    Application deadline: Monday, June 6 http://www.staugustineartfestival.com/onlineapplication.html The St Augustine Art Association has issued a call to artists to participate in the 7th annual Nature & Wildlife Exhibition July 23 through August 28. This fine art, juried exhibit features 2-D and 3-D original work depicting the beauty and diversity of the natural world. Cash prizes for awards, art is sold for the benefit of conservation efforts and art education.
  • Call to Artists: Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium
    April 29, 2016
    The City of Boynton Beach is hosting the 3rd International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium. Visit. All types of outdoor kinetic art forms are welcome. The artwork should endure the Florida outdoor environment for the year-long display. The artists may consider more than one artwork site or create a site-specific kinetic artwork installation. Sites can accommodate artwork up to 20ʼ x 6ʼ x 10ʼ (large pad) and 10ʼ x 4ʼ x 6ʼ (small pad). All cement pads are 6 foot square. Some are flush to the pavement, others elevated in landscaped areas. There is also an opportunity for kinetic artwork to be installed in large signature trees along East Ocean Avenue. The Avenue of the Arts stretches for more than seven blocks in the City’s downtown cultural district. Selected artwork will be displayed on lighted pedestals and included in the promotion, advertising and marketing of the year-long event. Each selected artist will receive $1,000.00 per artwork selected to cover delivery and installation of the artwork. Artists are responsible for the delivery, installation and loan of the artwork. The City can assist with this service as part of the stipend. All artwork is for sale with a 30% contribution to the Art in Public Places program. To see current artworks sited on the Avenue of the Arts visit www.BoyntonBeachArts.org and take the virtual tour. More information is here: www.IntlKineticArtEvent.org
  • Creative Clay is Seeking Teaching Artists
    April 29, 2016
    Creative Clay welcomes volunteers.

    Volunteer opportunities include:

    - Creative Clay Gallery Attendant
    - Creative Thrift Sales Associate
    - Studio Assistant
    - Events

    Creative Clay's mission is to help people with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives through access to the arts by providing expressive, educational and vocational experiences.

    You can call Emily at 727-825-0515 if you have questions about our volunteer program, or visit creativeclay.org.

    Volunteer Orientation is held the last Tuesday of each month at 3 p.m. at 1846 1st Avenue S.
  • Volunteer at the Morean Arts Center
    February 29, 2016
    The Morean Arts Center in downtown St. Pete offers volunteer positions that are great for students, community service leaders and other arts lovers.

    For students and groups, a staff member will always be available to sign off on hours spent volunteering.

    A day spent helping out at the Morean Arts Center or during our events can pay off. You can meet new people, learn more about art and make a positive impact on the lives of others.

    Find out more at www.moreanartscenter.org/volunteer.
  • Dali Museum Volunteer Opportunities
    February 29, 2016
    The Salvador Dali Museum in downtown St. Petersburg offers opportunities to volunteer in guest relations, education, membership, marketing, operations, special events and more.

    The Dali seeks volunteers from all backgrounds. A background in art is not required for most volunteer opportunities. Training is provided and volunteers receive special benefits for their service.

    Find out more at thedali.org/get-involved/become-volunteer.
  • Volunteer at the Museum of Fine Arts
    February 29, 2016
    The Museum of Fine Arts in downtown St. Petersburg welcomes volunteers. A background in art isn't required for most volunteer service positions.

    Areas of opportunity include docents, family programs, membership, special events, community outreach, museum store, curatorial, visitor services and administration.

    Volunteer applications are accepted at all times. If the job you're interested in isn't immediately available, applicants are placed on a waiting list and contacted as positions become available.

    You can find out more and download an application at mfastpete.org/join/volunteers.
  • Volunteers Needed at Florida CraftArt
    November 9, 2015
    Florida CraftArt in downtown St. Pete has many opportunities for volunteers. Volunteers help broaden the awareness, understanding and appreciation of art objects made by hand. In our galleries, visitors enjoy meaningful craft experiences and unparalleled aesthetic standards. As Florida's only statewide nonprofit organization exclusively focused on Florida's original fine crafts, we make a difference in the lives of artists. Volunteers are part of the heart and soul of our operation. You can find out more at floridacraftart.org/volunteer.
  • Professional Writing Classes with Keep St Pete Lit
    May 31, 2015
    Keep St Pete Lit continues their popular series of professional writing classes at the Morean Arts Center.

    August classes include sessions on Fiction, Poetry, Storytelling and the Art of the Chapbook.

    Find out more and register online at: keepstpetelit.org/litspace/litspace-classes.